|Kelli Smythe (#46488736)|
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I have been searching for family since my second son was born in 1994. |
I am interested in the following families: Akers, Allison, Bublitz, Collins, Cooper, Crowder, French, Harshman, Holstine, Isham, James, Kammer, Mayfield, Nelson, Nichols, Nix, Peyton, Smythe, Strickland, Vernon, Villwock, Zeigler.
I will be happy to take pictures at Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas Tx and those in Duncanville, DeSoto, Ennis, Cedar Hill, Ovilla, Red Oak, Pecan Hill, Waxachaie TX
I would like to thank everyone who uses this site for the wonderful photos and bio's of our loved ones, may they never be forgotten.
Please let me know if you notice any mistakes on posted memorials and I will fix them promptly.
I will be happy to transfer direct family members, please do not request more as it takes considerable amount of time to enter all this information. I WILL NOT transfer entire families because you want a whole family in a certin cemetery. Direct family members would be within four generations such as great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, or siblings. Transfer request must also contain relationship. Please send request for transfer through the correction tab it makes it eaiser to locate the memorial.
Member of Western Plains Weatherford Genealogical Society
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auschuck, Carolyn Farnum, Cherry Keese-J..., Connie Sims, David Snow, Donna Schulte L..., Ed, Frank Penningto..., John & Gloria H..., Kathy Inman, Lanae Bouchez, Louis Inks, Sherry
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|KatNat||Villwock, Highland Memorial Park|
Kelli, would you please link a daughter to Erma and Adam Villwock in Highland Memorial Park, New Berlin, WI? Daughter Dolores (97547309); Adam (40297537); Erma (40297734). Dolores married Bernard Brzycki, who is from my family. I don't need her transferred at this time; husband is still alive, but I would like her linked to her parents. Thank you so much, Kathy
Added by KatNat on Aug 07, 2014 8:30 PM
|Mara French||French Family|
Kelli, I see by the obituary of Daniel French in Liberty, Shelby, IN, that you are looking for a child born in 1812 and Daniel's children were all born after 1820. Were you looking for John French? I am also looking for John French from FFA Chart #187. Have you ever located his father? I am researching that line right now. Thank you, Mara French
|Susan Dixon Duke||Harriet Mayfield Jones|
Do you have any idea where she is buried? Or any information of her husband? They are my great-great-great grandparents.
|Megan Heyl||Obit for Ken Penrod|
Just a quick note to thank you for adding the obit for Ken. His duty to the Dallas PD has been very important to the community and I felt it should be memorialized. Have a great week! Thanks again.
|Maria Borrill||Lota R BOND 26969669|
Many thanks for the corrections and linking of family.
Would you link Lota and her husband Thomas to their son
Stonewall Bond 15700243
|Michael Upchurch||C P Brown|
I have a question about the memorial for C P Brown #79386453. Is the DOB correct? Did you get the information off of the headstone? I have a significantly different DOB.
Michael L. Upchurch
|Maria Borrill||Lota R BOND 26969669|
I believe Lota R BOND 26969669 is in fact Emily Louisa BOND nee ROSSELLE [note also spelt Rossell]
1850 United States Federal Census Emily L Rossell, Houston Harris County Texas
1860 United States Federal Census Emily L Bond, Ward 3 Harris County Texas
1870 United States Federal Census Louisa Bond, Ward 3 Harris County Texas
1880 United States Federal Census Sote Bond, Houston Harris County Texas
1900 United States Federal Census Lotta Bond, Dallas Ward 6, Dallas, Texas
1910 United States Federal Census Louise Bonds, Dallas Ward 8, Dallas, Texas
1920 United States Federal Census Lada Bond, Dallas Ward 5, Dallas, Texas
1930 United States Federal Census Lota Bond, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, USA
Would it be possible to link Lota up to her parents
Eliza M 32878341
and her and Thomas son Stonewall Bond 15700243
Her sister was Julia A KENDALL, married into my KENDALL family.
|lovesII&quiet||Kenneth Martin Penrod Bio|
Kenneth Martin Penrod was born in Lubbock and grew up there and in Arlington, where he graduated from Sam Houston High School. A Coast Guard veteran, he began his Dallas police career in 1982 in the city's Southwest Patrol Division, where he worked the streets of north Oak Cliff. Within a few years, he became an assaults detective and then transferred to homicide. He was chasing killers when crime reached historic highs in the city, fueled by the crack cocaine wars. Without the DNA collection methods that are prevalent today, many cases depended on a detective's ability to get a confession. He made that his craft. He would position his chair to face his suspect, with nothing in between them. He would talk for hours, if necessary. In retirement, he and his wife, Dallas police Detective Laura Penrod, refused to let his illness get in the way. They drove their RV on camping trips in Arkansas, to Rangers spring training in Arizona, and to Chicago and St. Louis, where they visited Wrigley Field and Busch Stadium. In addition to his wife of eight years, he is survived by his daughter, Amanda Lopez, 28, of Midlothian; two sons, Dereck Penrod of League City and Brandon Penrod of Cedar Hill; his mother, Margaret Penrod of Arlington; and a sister, Katherine Ferrell of Arlington.
|Tracie Shrader Flack||Greenwood Cemetery|
Thanks for your work in the Greenwood Cem. I am the caretaker for the cemetery where Andrew Gray's Inlaws are buried in WV. It was nice to find one of the descendants on Find A Grave. If you want to transfer Andrew Gray to me, I would proudly maintian it! Tracie Flack
|Patricia Harrison Armstrong||William C. Malson #79811447|
Kelli, thank you so much for adding the information I requested. I greatly appreciate your time and effort to assist me in making the family links complete. Pat
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